Boeing Machinists set for strike vote
Some 25,000 machinists who assemble The Boeing Co.'s jetliners in the Puget Sound area will decide Wednesday if they will strike for the second time in three years and essentially shut down the company's ...
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#1 Sep 3, 2008
ok, as a former Boeing employee, and current Spirit employee (yes the part of Boeing in Wichita that was sold off, so that us Boeing workers can now be suppliers) First off, passions run deep, understandable. But it's quite alarming the mispellings, and horrid grammar. A lot is two words, it's you're not your. It makes me worry how many of you actually understand the contract. Maybe that's what Boeing is counting on
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